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EKOFUEL (48 Litre) Premium Bioethanol Fuel – Bio Ethanol Liquid Fuel for Fires Pits, Fireplace | High Purity Clean Burning Bio Ethanol Fuel | Indoor & Outdoor Ethanol Fuel | Bioethanol Fuel Liquid

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EkoFuel is a premium quality bioethanol fuel, specifically designed for use in bioethanol fireplaces. It is suitable to be used with both indoor and outdoor bioethanol fires. Many bioethanol fire manufacturers recommend using a fuel with a minimum content of 96% ethanol. Some also indicate an upper percentage limit as burning 100% ethanol could be too hot for the design of the burner and result in the appliance not behaving correctly. EkoFuel bio ethanol is 96.6% pure ethanol with approximately 1% denaturants. We have worked hard to ensure this high purity fuel is clean burning and as odourless as it can be.

We can deliver up to 24 x 1 litres of bioethanol to Scottish Highlands and Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight and Northern Ireland.


The best place for information on which one you need is the manual that came with your appliance or burner. You are fed up of eating food that smells of petrol which makes you become nauseous then Ekofuel is here to make you enjoy your food without any smells. To stay at the forefront of sustainable energy innovation, EkoFuel invests significantly in research and development. We collaborate with leading scientists, engineers, and institutions to explore new technologies and improve energy efficiency. By supporting cutting-edge research, EkoFuel paves the way for ground breaking advancements in renewable energy. EkoFuel is a registered trade name of Prima Industries Ltd www.primaind.co.uk, a UK-based company with a strong presence in the heating industry since 2006.

You’ll find Ekofuel in Unit 2, Chestenton Court, Eastwood Trading Estate, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S65 1SJ.If you wish to take advantage of the savings available on larger quantities of EkoFuel and have several boxes delivered at once, you may wish to store the bulk of the fuel in a cool garage or shed. If the fuel has been stored in a cool place, we recommend allowing the ethanol to come to room temperature before use. Sometimes, particularly just before lighting the appliance or after the flames go out, some alcohol vapours are still being produced and are not being burnt. Even with very pure and no odour fuels this can result in a strong alcohol smell during these times.

An easy solution to this is to keep a bottle or two of EkoFuel Bioethanol inside the house at room temperature, ready to use when you need it. Storing ethanol inside. ECO-FRIENDLY FUEL – Not only does ethanol alcohol burn very cleanly, but the CO2 released when burning bio ethanol fuel indoor is equal to the amount of CO2 absorbed by the plants during growth and production. Ekofuel premium liquid bio-ethanol fuel liquid is both high-quality and eco-friendly. EkoFuel does not produce a scented product and instead has focused on ensuring our product is a low odour and as clean burning as possible. Low-Odour, No Odour, Odourless, what’s the difference? All bioethanol fuels work by burning vapours (not the actual liquid) and when the temperature of ethanol falls below 15⁰C it doesn’t vaporise well, which means it becomes difficult to light.When alcohol vaporises it can give off a strong alcohol smell. This is normally removed when the vapours are burnt. And so for the majority of the time your appliance is in use, the fuel will likely have very little, or no smell. EkoFuel Bioethanol is flammable and care should be taken when storing and using this fuel. A good rule of thumb for any flammable liquid is to store it in a cool dry place, out of direct sunlight. Storing ethanol outside. Ekofuel is suitable for use in any indoor or outdoor ethanol fireplace designed to use liquid bioethanol fuel. It is double rectified for purity and produced under strict quality control procedures according to ISO 9001:2015. EkoFuel is clean burning, smokeless, ash-free, and emits very little odour. Our bioethanol fuel is produced from molasses, a waste by-product of growing sugar beet, making it an environmentally friendly fuel with a low carbon footprint. The CO2 released when burning bio ethanol was first absorbed when the crops used to make the bioethanol were grown, in contrast to non-renewable oil-based fuels that release CO2 absorbed millions of years ago.

Prima Industries Ltd or our courier cannot accept responsibility for any goods lost or stolen once delivery has been made which also includes those signed for by a neighbour. The ethanol content of a fuel and the different denaturants that have been added to it can affect how clean the fuel will burn. Should you use an “odourless” fuel but still get a smoky or alcoholic smell while the appliance is in use, and after it is up to temperature, then it is likely that the appliance is not getting hot enough or providing the correct amount of airflow to the fuel to ensure complete combustion of the vapours. For more information on the differences between gel and liquid fuel you can see our article on that topic here: What is the difference between Liquid and Gel bio ethanol fuel? Denaturant percentage. Because the bioethanol fuel denaturing recipe differs in the UK and Europe and there is no bioethanol fuel EN standard to meet, bioethanol fireplace manufacturers are looking for simple, clear messaging that indicates that a bioethanol fuel meets an expected quality. One such message, is the % bioethanol in the fuel. Whether a bioethanol fuel is denatured to the UK denaturing protocol or the EU protocol, both fuel recipes start with ethanol. The % ethanol in the starting raw material can vary and it is this % ethanol that bioethanol fireplace manufacturers are referring to. By referring to the % bioethanol in the raw product, the fireplace manufacturer can then assume that the bioethanol fuel manufacturer denatures the product to the minimum required by either UK or EU law and that the denatured bioethanol fuel is not watered down subsequently.

In this article, we will review some of the most common features of ethanol fuels to help clarify some of this confusion. Gel or Liquid? Firstly let’s clear up the confusion between liquid and Gel. These are not the same thing and it is likely that your appliance or burner will be designed to only use one of these fuel types. So it is important that you buy the right one. Ekofuel deliver high quality, environmental friendly bioethanol fuel for bioethanol fires to thousands of their clients online. Their aim is to make sure you have no more food tainted with the smell of petrol and petrol fumes. They are very committed to their customers. If during the use of the appliance, you smell a burning or smoky smell, this indicates the fuel is likely not very clean or of the correct purity. It is this smell that the “no odour” and its variants refers to. If you have searched online for “Bioethanol Fuel”, you will have likely come across a number of products. Some liquid, some in Gel form, some stating different ethanol contents or percentages and some scented or marked as “low odour”.

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